Privacy online is somewhat a misleading idea, since we can be tracked in many ways when we are using the Internet. However, there are several ways you can limit the amount of privacy invasion, which si what this guidance sheet is all about.
Lets define what privacy is
noun, plural pri·va·cies for 5, 6.
- the state of being apart from other people or concealed from their view; solitude; seclusion:
- Please leave the room and give me some privacy.
- the state of being free from unwanted or undue intrusion or disturbance in one’s private life or affairs; freedom to be let alone:
- Tourists must respect the tribe’s privacy.
- Those who wish to smoke can do so in the privacy of their own homes.
- freedom from damaging publicity, public scrutiny, secret surveillance, or unauthorized disclosure of one’s personal data or information, as by a government, corporation, or individual:
- Ordinary citizens have a qualified right to privacy.
- There is so much information about us online that personal privacy may be a thing of the past.
- the state of being concealed; secrecy:
- Before he told us of his plans, he insisted on total privacy.
- Usually privacies. Archaic a personal matter that is concealed; a secret.
- Archaic. a private or secluded place.
Guidance Specific to Online Privacy
- What your Travel Documents Know About You
- Using Wearable Technology Safely – A Pocket Guide
- Social Media Auditing & Reporting
- The TOR Network – A Pocket Guide
- Data Protection/Privacy Day – 28 January 2020
- Twitter Posts are Indexed by Google
- Virtual Private Networks
- Protecting your Online Privacy
- Nation State Privacy
- Encrypted Website Lookup
- Email Tracking
- Managing and Stopping Spam
- Using Free and Public WiFi
- Securing your Online Accounts
- The Dangers of using Unsupported Hardware an Software
- Guidance on Effective Use of Passwords
- Guidance on Preventing Credential Stuffing Attacks
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